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A FINAL COUNTDOWN
MAKING A RUN FOR IT. Nash Central’s Charles Harvey heads upfield for the Bulldogs during action against Knightdale as part of last Thursday’s Nash County Football Jamboree at Rocky Mount High School.
A FINAL COUNTDOWN

ROCKY MOUNT -- Each of Nash County’s four public high schools is expected to have a significant test this Friday during Week One of the prep football season.
First, the squads prepared for their challenging openers by participating in the Second Annual Nash County Football Jamboree, which was held last Thursday at Rocky Mount High School.

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NN Looks To Climb Standings
BACK IN THE FOLD. Tyler Jones (left) is a key returnee this season for the Northern Nash Knights, who hosted a boys soccer jamboree last Thursday afternoon. NN is coached by veteran skipper Joe McCarthy.
NN Looks To Climb Standings

RED OAK -- Northern Nash’s boys soccer playoff streak is now at 14 out of the past 15 seasons -- a trend veteran head coach Joe McCarthy hopes to continue this fall.
But as always, it won’t be easy as the Knights compete in the tough Big East Conference.
Northern Nash went 12-10 overall and finished fifth in the league last fall, but still managed to claim a wild-card selection in the postseason.

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Nash Co. Knights in action
Nash Co. Knights in action

RED OAK -- The Nash County Knights, in their second year of existence, will boast full squads on the rookie, junior varsity and varsity levels this fall in the Johnston County Football League.
The Knights will open their schedule Sept. 13 at home against Princeton. All home contests will be held at Death Valley on the campus of Northern Nash High School.

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Local refs share honor
VETERAN OFFICIAL. Troy Blaser (left) is a long-time area referee who traveled with two cohorts last week to work an All-Star football game in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Blaser is a Bailey resident. (Graphic photo by Geoff Neville)
Local refs share honor

NASH COUNTY -- Three Nash County officials earned the opportunity of a lifetime last Thursday when they worked an All-Star football game between the Obic Seagulls from Japan and the Southeast United States Amateur to Professional Developmental League squad.
The Obic Seagulls are considered Japan’s top team, while the United States contingent featured semi-pro standouts from the Southeast.

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COUNTY LINE RACE RESULTS

ELM CITY -- Listed are last Saturday’s results from Kids Night at County Line Raceway:

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P-Nats defeat Mudcats -- again
P-Nats defeat Mudcats -- again

WOODBRIDGE, VA. -- The Carolina Mudcats turned a four-run deficit into a one-run thriller in the ninth inning on Sunday night, but ultimately fell 7-6 to the host Potomac Nationals at Pfitzner Stadium in a Class A Carolina League baseball event.
The Nationals (29-22, 67-53) won nine straight to finish the season set against the Mudcats (25-30, 54-68), finishing 15-4. 11 of Potomac’s 15 wins against Carolina were by two runs or less and included three straight one-run wins.

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NASH CO. FOOTBALL JAMBOREE HIGHLIGHTS, 1
NASH CO. FOOTBALL JAMBOREE HIGHLIGHTS, 1

PITCH MAN. Knightdale’s quarterback makes a pitch as Nash Central senior defender Houshun Gaines is in hot pursuit as part of last Thursday evening’s action at the Second Annual Nash County Football Jamboree, which was held at Rocky Mount High School.

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NASH CO. FOOTBALL JAMBOREE HIGHLIGHTS, 2
NASH CO. FOOTBALL JAMBOREE HIGHLIGHTS, 2

DEFENSE RULES. Rocky Mount High School’s defense came up big during this segment against Southeast Halifax at last Thursday’s Nash County Football Jamboree on the RM campus.

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ALONG CAME JONES
ALONG CAME JONES

Tyler Jones (left) is expected to control action in the midfield this season for the Northern Nash High School boys soccer squad. Jones is a junior for the Knights, who opened Monday with a tough 1-0 setback against Northern Vance.

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GILBERT WINSTEAD WILLIAMS

Gilbert Winstead Williams, age 81, passed away on Thursday, August 14, 2014.

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HOT POTATO
HOT POTATO

Southern Nash High School head football coach Brian Foster (center) will take his club to Pinetops this Friday for the annual Sweet Potato Bowl Game against SouthWest Edgecombe. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. for the regular season opener.

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LOFTY GOALS
LOFTY GOALS

Northern Nash’s Sammy Cervantes sends a header toward the net off a corner kick during last Thursday afternoon’s Northern Nash Boys Soccer Jamboree on the NNHS campus.

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